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February 28, 2019

9:00am – 12:30pm

Location: 4952 Edwards Road, Taylors, South Carolina 29687


RestoredHope Equip 2019

Join Restored Hope Network at North Hills Church, Taylors, SC. for this essential equipping event. There is no cost to participate. However, please registered today on Eventbrite below as it is very helpful to know how many people will be joining us. 

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Primary Event Topics:

1) Explain the various positions within the church on LGBTQ & sexuality.

2) How should the Church respond?

3) Culture Shift; Developing safe & transformational environments in our churches & Christian organizations.

4) Question & Answer session following each topic.

Event Summary:

Undoubtedly, you're very aware that LGBT rights and ideology have been widely accepted, even celebrated in our culture, gaining momentum in the church as well. How do we as Christians love well, in a way that's Biblically redemptive?

As a Pastor or Christian leader have you been equipped to effectively minister to men, women and youth experiencing unwanted LGBT feelings and identity struggles?

How are you teaching and equipping your congregation and those in your spheres of ministry influence to live with both love and Biblical truth toward those who are LGBT identified - in their family, workplace or neighborhoods?

Are you aware of all the ways that LGBT ideology is creeping into the evangelical church and shifting the gospel message of many churches?

Featured Speakers:

anne_resizedAnne Paulk:

Anne Paulk is a mom, ministry leader, and author and speaker on homosexual issues. She has been appeared on TV, radio and in magazines between 1990’s to 2004, including Oprah Winfrey, Good Morning America, CBS Evening News, 700 Club, Focus on the Family radio, and D. James Kennedy’s Coral Ridge Ministry. Anne ended up in People magazine and on the cover of Newsweek during this time, giving 300 interviews in one month's time. Anne has spoken at Love Won Out Conferences, the Southern Baptist Convention’s Clarity Conference, Western Seminary, National Religious Broadcasters, and Focus on the Family’s Pastor and Pregnancy Resource conferences.

More recently, Anne has appeared on Dr. James Dobson’s FamilyTalk, “In the Market with Janet Parshall,” “Equipped with Chris Brooks” (Moody Radio), Dr. Michael L. Brown’s “In The Line of Fire”, Janet Mefferd Live (SRN/AFR), “Joni and Friends,” “Table Talk” (Daystar TV), Total Living Network with Jerry Rose, and The Georgene Rice Show (SRN) and others. Her story of redemption has also been in documentaries including Such Were Some of You (Pure Passion TV/2014).

She is the author of Restoring Sexual Identity: Hope for Women Who Struggle with Same-Sex Attraction (Harvest House Publishers) and co-author of Love Won Out (Focus on the Family) and has written for Spirit Led Woman, Charisma Magazine and The Gospel Coalition.  She enjoys dark chocolate, laughing with friends and family, serving at her church, skiing and the beautiful outdoors. Her greatest joy is being mom to her three sons. Anne resides in Colorado. 

Peter-Hubbard-Picture-ResizedPeter Hubbard:

Peter Hubbard is a follower of Jesus. He is Teaching Pastor at North Hills Church in Taylors, SC, where he has communicated the truth of the Scriptures since the church began in 1992. Peter appreciates the never-ending opportunities to engage with hurting people and to apply the hope of the gospel to the messy places of our lives. He has earned two masters degrees and has earned a Doctor of Ministry degree in Pastoral Counseling at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. Peter and his wife Karen have been married for 27 years and have four children. He is the author of Love into Light: The Gospel, the Homosexual and the Church.

garry-ingraham_resizedGarry Ingraham:

Garry Ingraham is the executive director of Love & Truth Network, equipping Christian leaders to develop safe and transformational environments for relationally and sexual broken people (most of us in the Church) and Transforming Congregations – a ministry outreach of Good News. The mission of Transforming Congregations is “equipping the Church to model and minister sanctified sexuality” by offering educational resources intended to instruct United Methodists about the church’s teaching on human sexuality and to bring forgiveness, healing, and transformation to those who are experiencing sexual brokenness.

Prior to the launch of Love & Truth Network, Garry served as the pastor of Soul-Care Ministries, working on a pastoral team for a large church in upstate NY for twelve years.

Garry is married to Melissa Ingraham (LMHC). They are the proud parents of two young boys. Together they serve in a variety of teaching and ministry capacities, as well as the NE Regional Coordinators for Desert Stream/Living Waters. 

Dee-Barnes-ResizedDee Barnes:

Dee Barnes has been ministering to the Body of Christ in the areas of sexuality and family for over 17 years. She has served as the coordinator for the healing discipleship program Living Waters by Desert Stream Ministries, board member of Resurrection Life Ministries in Atlanta, GA, speaker at the University of the Nations in Kona, Hawaii for Youth With a Mission, and is the Founder and Director of His Wonderful Works (HWW). HWW is a ministry to Christians seeking understanding, teaching and counsel concerning family, relationships and sexuality.

Dee’s testimony and teaching have encouraged many congregations in the Truth of God’s transforming power. Her transparency opens the door for many to be set free from the shame that binds them and her teaching brings understanding to many issues including God’s plan for family, healthy relationships, sexual sin, homosexuality, sexual abuse and pornography addiction. Dee lives in Covington, GA with her husband Rodney and their three children, Ian, Joel and Olivia.

Additional Details:

Please email Garry Ingraham at gingrahamltn@gmail.com if you have any questions.

Conference Agreement 

Registration signifies each registrant/attendee agrees with and will abide by the conference policies and code of conduct listed for this event, even if the registration is completed or paid for by someone else.   

Restored Hope Network requires that all participants at the EQUIP Conference adhere to the following standard of conduct. Please review the Policies and Code of Conduct below and signify your understanding and acceptance by completing your registration for the conference. If you are registering someone else, registration also implies the individual's (individuals') assent to abide by these policies. 

Policy Agreement/Liability Release 

“I understand and acknowledge that Restored Hope Network holds to a traditional, biblically-based view of scripture affirming heterosexuality as God’s created intent, and that this viewpoint will influence—and be expressed throughout—this conference. I further understand that the subject matter at the EQUIP conference deals with sensitive topics and opinions which may or may not align with my worldview, and which also may touch on emotional or spiritual issues that are critical to me and thus may be unsettling. I voluntarily and personally assume responsibility for my participation in any and all aspects of the conference, and I release Restored Hope Network, its board, members, and any other conference teachers or contributors from any claims whatsoever for damages alleged as a direct or indirect result of participation in this conference."

All participants at the EQUIP conference must be familiar with, and in agreement with, the Code of Conduct outlined above. Signify your understanding and acceptance of all Conference Policies and the Code of Conduct by completing your registration for the conference. If you are registering someone else, registration also implies the individual's (individuals') assent to abide by these policies.